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Monday, 26 November 2012

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Charlie says that he and Lindsay have several things in common including their tremendous love for beer.

SHERMAN OAKS, California - It has been reported that Charlie Sheen AKA the Space Cadet gave Lindsay Lohan AKA Lucky Lohan $100,000 so she could pay her income taxes.

But Pico de Gallo with Tittle Tattle Tonight spoke to a very close, unnamed friend of Sheen's and he uncovered the actual truth.

It appears that back in October at a Halloween Masquerade Party at Rob Pattinson's Vampire Villa located on Malibu Beach, the couple had made a bet on the presidential election.

According to the much-tattooed Kat Von D, who was there, the two got into quite a heated argument about who was going to win.

Sheen said that Romney would be the new president even though he was going to exile Big Bird and the Muppets all to China.

Lohan said that Obama would be elected to a second term because he was going to kick Mitt "47 Percent" Romney back to Boston quicker than Kirstie Alley can devour two Hostess Twinkies.

After arguing back and forth for 18 minutes, Jay "The Chinmaster" Leno walked up to them and told them to put their money where their mouth is. Sheen replied that it was a fantabulous idea and so did Lohan.

So they started off betting $1,000, but after Leno, Gary Busey, and Kathy Griffin got in the fray the bet escalated up to $10,000 and eventually ended up at $100,000.

And as everyone knows President Obama won in a landslide victory. Charlie Sheen being a man of his word sat down and wrote Lindsay Lohan a check for $100,000.

SIDENOTE: Rumors out of Tinsel Town say that Lindsay has reportedly told Charlie that she will go out with him anytime he wants and all he has to do is just pick up the phone. Sheen is alleged to have replied, "YES!!!"

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